Huawei says growth will not be affected by NSA case

Friday 25 April 2014 | 19:01 CET | News
Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer Huawei expects its growth will not be affected by implications of the case in which the US National Security Agency (NSA) allegedly infiltrated servers in the headquarters of the firm, The International Business Times reports. Huawei said that it is still investigating the case. The NSA had access to sensitive information and has been able to monitor communications of top Huawei executives. Through the operation dubbed Shotgiant, the NSA was looking for ties between Huawei and the Chinese People's Liberation Army and information to exploit

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